Wasp season is well underway now and this nest was treated by our technician Steven just this morning! In general wasps are regarded as a nuisance pest and a threat to health. Many people have a genuine phobia, in some cases with good reason. Wasp stings may be unpleasant to most of us, but to
Designed around the UV LED source, this new, innovative fly control unit delivers game changing fly killing technology to the professional flying insect control market! Fly catch trials have shown that the Ininiti® offers comparable catch results to a traditional 45W UV fly killer which use fluorescent lamps whilst offering a whopping 67% savings in
Every year we receive a high volume of calls regarding bees setting up camp either in someone’s garden, or on the apex of a roof. Because of their beneficial role, every effort will be made to avoid carrying out control treatments against bees. Treatment with pesticides will only be considered as a last resort if
Following on from our recent post, the service we are offering is a disinfection service, and NOT a deep clean service with regards to the COVID-19 virus. The service we are offering fumigates areas suspected of being contaminated with the virus. Generally viruses remain active longer when they have fallen on stainless steel, plastic and
Like most other pest control companies, we receive many phone calls each year for grey squirrels due to the damage they can cause, and also the noises squirrels make during the night which can be very distressing to home and business owners, Grey squirrels are an invasive pest which are not native to the UK.
We are pleased to inform you that we are moving premises. Our new address is Unit 11, Biz Hub, Longfields Court, Wharncliffe Bsuiness Park, Middlewoods Way, Barnsley, S71 3GN, but our phone number has not changed. It is still 01226 288844, and our contact email address is still email@example.com. Since we opened for business on
Harlequin ladybirds Described as the most invasive ladybird on the planet, the harlequin ladybird has spread like wildfire since its introduction into the UK in 2004 and has the potential to jeopardise many of the 46 native ladybird species that we have. Harlequin ladybirds cluster together in great numbers, entering premises during autumn and winter
Bees are important and vital insects and are not normally classed as pests. In either case, they will only sting people if strongly provoked. Because of their beneficial role, every effort will be made to avoid carrying out control treatments against bees. Treatment with pesticides will only be considered as a last resort if the